Wikipǣdia:Gecorene gemynddagas/16 Sēremōnaþ
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|1487 – Lonceastringa þrēat defeated Yorkist supporters at the Battle of Stoke Field in East Stoke, Nottinghamshire, England, the final battle of the Wars of the Roses.||no footnotes|
|1745 – King George's War: British colonial forces led by William Pepperrell captured the French stronghold at Fortress Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island after a six-week siege.||Fortress article has refimprove section, Siege article needs footnotes|
|1858 – United States Senate candidate Abraham Lincoln delivered his "House Divided Speech" in Springfield, Illinois, referring to the division of the country between slave states and free states as "A house divided against itself cannot stand".||mostly full of quotations|
|1911 – Computing company IBM was founded as the Computing Tabulating Recording Company.||refimprove section|
|1924 – The Whampoa Military Academy officially opened under the Kuomintang in the Republic of China.||refimprove, tagged for merging|
|1963 – Aboard Vostok 6, Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space.||refimprove section|
|1967 – The first widely promoted and heavily attended rock festival, the Monterey Pop Festival, began in Monterey, California.||primary sources|
|1976 – Police in Soweto opened fire on schoolchildren protesting against the imposition of Afrikaans as a medium of instruction in township schools, triggering a series of nationwide demonstrations, strikes, riots and violence.||unreferenced section|
|1999 – Thabo Mbeki was inaugurated President of South Africa.||weasel words, date not cited|
|2000 – Israel complied with the UN Security Council Resolution 425 after 22 years of its issuance, withdrawing from all of Lebanon except the disputed Shebaa farms.||saved for March 19|
- 1407 - During the Ming–Hồ War, the Chinese Ming armies captured Ho Quy Ly and his sons, thus ending the Vietnamese Ho dynasty.
- 1815 – Napoleonic Wars: French forces under Napoleon defeated Blücher's larger Prussian army in the Battle of Ligny, while French Marshal Michel Ney earned a strategic victory against the Anglo-Dutch army in the Battle of Quatre Bras.
- 1883 – Over 180 out of 1,100 children died in the Victoria Hall disaster in Sundrodlande on Dunholmscīre, when they stampeded down the stairs to collect gifts from the entertainers after the end of a variety show. 16 Seremōnaþ: Fæder Dæg in missenlicum land (2013); Bloomsdæg on Difelin, Īra byrig; Geogoþ Dæg on Sūþaffrican.
- 1795 – Frencisc Onwendunge Gūþ: Ofer Lidwicena sǣrīme, feaht Bryttisc Cynelica Sciphere scipwerod, þærof wæs Willelm Cornwallis scipheretoga and hæfde sige on yðum ofer mǣr fleot þæs Frenciscan Scipheres.
- 1846 – Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti was geceorren to beon Pius IX Pāpa, and he hæfde þone lengsta rīce on eallum pāpan þære Rēmiscan Cirican.
- 1904 – James Joyce Īrisc writere (on biliþe) begann his freondlufe mid Nora Barnacle, and eft nyttede he þone tælmearc to settenne þa actions for his bēc Ulysses in 1922, þærof is 16. Seremonaþ Bloomsdæg æfter þæs spelles heafodman Leo Bloom.
- 1958 – Imre Nagy and oþru folctogan þæs Ungariscan Uphebbunge of 1956 wæron ofslean æfter deaglum ordælum.
- 1960 – The thriller/horror film Psycho, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and based on a novel of the same name by Robert Bloch, was released.